Prince William County is the second largest county in Virginia and is nestled between Fairfax and Stafford Counties. The county has the benefit of having two major interstates, I-66 and I-95, making commutes into Fairfax and Washington DC easy to navigate. Editor’s note: we said easy to navigate, not necessarily quickly, especially during rush hour.
Over the past 20 years Prince William County in Virginia has seen an incredible amount of population growth. Because of that, cities such as Manassas, Manassas City and Woodbridge are considered great places to live more affordably, while still being able to commute around the DC Metro area. Places such as Haymarket, Bristow and Gainesville are also garnering attention as places to settle down and raise a family. And other cities such as Dale City, Dumfries, and surrounding areas are being recognized as great places to live. The areas mentioned are all continuing to grow in popularity as the DC Metro Area continues its need to expand.
As a whole the schools in the county are above average, but listed below are the top 10 elementary schools. Two of the schools, Mary G. Porter and Pennington School, are non-traditional schools. They have grades 1-8 and have an application process for children to attend. Some parts of the country refer to these types of schools as magnet schools. To view the entire list of schools in Prince William County click here.
Here are the top 10 elementary schools in Prince William County Virginia:
|Rank||School||City||Click to View Available Homes|
|1||Mountain View Elementary||Haymarket|
|2||Mary G. Porter Traditional||Woodbridge|
|3||Cedar Point Elementary||Bristow|
|4||J.W. Alvey Elementary||Haymarket|
|6||Thurgood Marshall Elementary||Manassas|
|7||Samuel L. Gravely Jr. Elementary||Haymarket|
|9||Bristow Run Elementary||Bristow|
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